Operating outside its usual regal setting in Ovieda, Spain’s Princess of Asturias Award honors the Guadalajara International Book Fair and Hay Festival.
First envisioned as a tool for publishers for trade shows has been adapted to the health-crisis needs of meeting arrangements to support rights deals.
In books and publishing industries in sub-Saharan Africa and Latin America, a new study finds a wide disparity in public policy and awareness.
Having just acquired Sonolibro, Saga Egmont director Lasse Korsemann Horne sees the Spanish-language audiobook market as a key territory for expansion.
The Spanish and Latin American markets are expected to have 14,000 Spanish-language audiobooks available this year, and, with ebooks, continued to see growth in 2019.
Saying that the book is no longer a business model in itself, Roger Casas-Alatriste insists on a transmedial approach for publishers.
The 2020 CONTEC Mexico conference spends two days examining the potentials of transmedia and artificial intelligence for book publishing.
To raise awareness of book production, Colombia’s publishers and the Bogotá book fair are educating consumers in hopes of curbing piracy.
While the Guadalajara International Book Fair is is a regional rights hub, the biggest player missing is the Latin American literary agent.
As director-general of Mexico’s Guadalajara International Book Fair, Marisol Schulz keeps a wary eye on the world industry for programming cues.